trend towards convenience products – and increasingly discerning consumers, who
expect food without quality issues– is growing. Our inspection systems reliably
detect and eliminate contaminants, ensuring safe products and satisfied
Whether it is HACCP, IFS, BRC or another standard, food producers require certification and undergo audits to meet the retail industry’s quality and safety requirements. Consumers expect high-quality products. Goods containing contaminants that leave the factory can trigger very costly recalls that can tarnish a company’s reputation.
Raw materials can be one source of organic and inorganic contaminants. Machine wear and careless staff are other potential sources. Typical contaminants include the following:
What products can be inspected?
Where and how do manufacturers of Canned, frozen and convenience food use our machines?Our metal detectors and X-ray scanners are suitable for a wide range of production steps and process stages, from receiving to the final inspection of already packaged products. The choice and ideal placement of a particular type of machine depend on the specific circumstances. We would be happy to advise you and help you find the best solution for your needs!
Our White Paper informs you about the criteria that
need to be considered when you choose machines and systems for the
protection against contaminants and for metal detection.
Our White Paper describes the development of technologies in
contaminant detection in the food industry.
In this White Paper we show you the key benefits and
diverse application possibilities of x-ray technology and how these systems help
you to ensure your product quality.
Lecture by Sesotec X-ray Product Manager Uli Hurzlmeier concerning the "Food Safety" IFFA focus.
With our booklet
about X-ray inspection of food products we give you an overview of x-ray
inspection in general, important food standards and Sesotec's
e-book we show you, amongst others, what challenges the development of the
world's population and especially food safety pose for manufacturers and
processors and how they can still be mastered.